Memorial Day is always packed with racing action. Want even more racing on your Memorial Day? Check out Speed51 for some short track racing, in the form of the Memorial Day Classic at Thunder Road International Speedbowl (VT).
The Memorial Day Classic is a historic event dating back to 1961 at one of the legendary venues in short track racing. The high-banked quarter-mile oval always generates plenty of excitement for racers and fans alike.
Sunday’s stream will show the 150-lap feature for the PASS North Super Late Models, as well as the Memorial Day Classic 100-lap feature for Thunder Road’s Late Model competitors.
The Memorial Day Classic marks the first race of the season for Thunder Road’s Late Models, where Scott Dragon won the track championship in 2018. D.J. Shaw leads PASS North points heading into Sunday’s race, with wins at the Thompson Speedway (CT) Icebreaker and Star Speedway (NH) to his credit.
Along with Super Late Model standouts such as Ben Rowe, Derek Griffth and Derek Ramstrom, the PASS race will also feature several drivers with plenty of success at Thunder Road, including Nick Sweet and Bobby Therrien.
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A 100-mile blackout is in effect for those near the Barre, Vermont area.
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The stream will be live at approximately 3 p.m. Eastern Time for those two features. Stay tuned to Speed51’s social media platforms for more broadcast updates.